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Deputy with neighborhood kidsSheriff Clayton and the Washtenaw County Sheriff's Office is committed to

building strong communities. Through partnering with our residents to fully understand the issues impacting our neighborhoods, the WCSO is focused on addressing the root causes of community problems.

INTERRUPTERS NEEDED
WHAT: Interrupters are volunteers willing to walk door-to-door handing out information as part of a public education campaign to INTERRUPT the violence in our neighborhoods.

Understanding that crime is not just a law enforcement problem but that it is a community problem we continue our committment to building partnerships with our residents.

Using Neighborhood Watch as a central focus to engage residents our goal is to empower citizens to take an active role in the policing of their communities. By providing leadership, security, and  tools to organize residents the Washtenaw County Sheriff's Office is building a strong commnity one neighborhood at a time. 

 

  • Active Shooter Preparedness- Active Shooter Training - webpage under construction
  • Army-Navy Wheelchair Basketball Game UM - WCSO participates in an annual Army/Navy Wheelchair Basketball game each year near Veterans Day in November. You can view the video online!
  • Ballin Series - Free 3 on 3 summer basket ball tournament created for the youth of Washtenaw County
  • Business Watch  -  Mind Your Business!
  • Citizen Police Academy - This is a great opportunity to ask questions and intermingle with your elected official (Sheriff Jerry Clayton) all the way down to your Deputies.  Some classes are hands on so we definitely want you to enjoy and have fun.
  • Community Events - Check out what's going on in your community!
  • Council of Clergy - A partnership between the WCSO, faithbased community and human services organizations
  • Crimemapping.com - See the crime around you
  • Crime Stoppers   -  Speak Up, Stay Anonymous & Get Paid!

  • E.A.S.Y. Prostitution - Enforcement Against Streetwalkers in Ypsilanti
  • Explorer Program - an exciting educational and leadership program.  Its purpose is to provide character building experiences and mentorship to young women and men; supporting them in achieving their full potential in both life and work.
  • Fireworks Guidelines (New Law) - Frequently Asked Questions & Legal Michigan Fireworks (pictures)
  • House Watch  -  Enjoy Your Vacation have the WCSO watch your home
  • Interrupters - A high-visibility, volunteer, public education campaign
  • Most Wanted - See Washtenaw counties most wanted criminals
  • Neighborhood Watch - Bringing neighbors together
  • Nixle - Get trusted alerts from the WCSO
  • Prevention Services - Protecting your family and your property
  • Railroad Crossing Safety - A website dedicated to enhancing pedestrian education around  and near the railroad tracks
  • Sex Offenders Registry - See who's living in your neighborhood
  • STOPPED - Sheriff's Telling Our Parents and Preparing Educated Drivers
  • Street Outreach Team - strives to develop and implement strategies to address root causes of community problems that will improve, strengthen and keep Washtenaw County communities safe.  
  • Towing / Vehicle Impound & Release - Information explaining how to obtain your vehicle after it has been towed.
  • We've Got Your Back Campaign -  sponored by the Outreach Coalition, which includes the Faith Community, Community Services, WCSO Council of Clergy, Washtenaw Alive, Oxygen Youth, and Love Ypsi. Please visit www.wevegotyourback.mobi for more info. This website was designed by our youth for mobile devices and is a directory of community services available for youth!
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